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2 Jul 2021
Watch till the very end to see how arguably the best pound-for-pound mixed martial artist in the world and UFC welterweight champion, Kamaru 'The Nigerian Nightmare' Usman, translated the above sentence into English in this GuardianTV exclusive, in which he discusses life in and out of the octagon, his relationship with his parents and siblings, his daughter, and much more.⁣
14 May 2019
“Nigerian Nightmare”, Kamarudeen Usman has come a long way from the five-year-old that left Edo State, Nigeria to the United States of America with his parents. From snagging the distinction of a top-wrestler, transitioning into mixed martial arts, to getting crowned the UFC welterweight champion, the father of one is living the life most of us dream of.

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